Many species and plants are declining in the world. What are the reasons? What are the effective measures to solve this problem?
It is undeniable that wildlife habitats are being destroyed and whole species of plants and animals are disappearing. There are several causes of this alarming trend, but measures could certainly be taken to tackle the problem.
There are two main reasons why plants and animals are disappearing. Firstly, in all over the world population is creasing day by day and people need more space to live, so for living, in many parts of the world tree are being cut down to make way for farmland on which to grow crops and keep animals. The result of this is natural habitats are being destroyed and in some cases whole species of animal are becoming extinct. Secondly, human activity is also responsible for the destruction of aquatic life as domestic and industrial waste is pumped into rivers and seas. This chemical waste kills plants and fish, interrupting natural cycles and having a devastating effect on food chains.
There are several ways to protect the natural areas and wild animals. Since, the world population is putting pressure on natural resources, so it should be controlled all over the world. Governments should be striker about it. The people should be penalized to have more than two children. On the other hand, governments could introduce laws to limit the emissions from factories to protect the aquatic life. Also, the emissions of gases from industries should be controlled by storing these gases or make industries more echo friendly so that it does not effect on atmosphere. It is also more important that individuals should also try to be greener.
In conclusion, governments and individuals should tackle the situation by introducing new laws to control population, limiting the emissions of gases from factories and people need to be greener.